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Those fake Florida grannies got their first COVID-19 vaccine doses after all


ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Two women who pretended to be senior citizens so they could receive the COVID-19 vaccine were actually able to get the shots the first time around, even if they weren’t as lucky the second time.

Dr. Raul Pino, from the Florida Department of Health in Orange County, provided details of the bizarre incident on Thursday, saying the duo was busted when they showed up at the Orange County Convention Center to get their second shot to complete the series and were turned away when vaccinators noticed they “looked funny” and saw the birthdates on their vaccination cards didn’t match the dates on their driver’s licenses. [TRENDING: HOA charges family $927 for trash on curb | Doctor faces hate crime charge in social distancing

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